2017 Planning and Development Strategy

The Town of Hinton is excited to share that we are currently working on developing a new Comprehensive Planning and Development Strategy. This new strategy will improve Hinton’s urban planning and land development framework and provide a streamlined process for all residents, business owners and stakeholders. This builds on the updated Land Use Bylaw adopted by Council in September, 2016 that seeks to promote growth and development in the Town of Hinton.  

Working to make things easier for you

 
The Town is now evaluating/revisiting five statutory plans and we need your help to ensure the plans are reflective of residents and stakeholders’ future visions for the town.

You are invited to attend a Public Open House (come-and-go format) on:

Next Community Open House Planned for June 15, 2017
6:00 - 8:00 PM

Government Centre Lobby
131 Civic Centre Rd., Hinton

The purpose of this session is to learn more about the five plans and to review and provide feedback on the draft land use concepts for the West Area Structure Plan and the East Area Structure Plan. 

Feedback gathered during the Open House will be used by the project team to refine the concept plans and prepare policy for the five plans, listed below.

Contact Us

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    Planning & Development

    Email

    131 Civic Centre Road
    2nd Floor
    Hinton, AB T7V 2E5

    Ph: 780-865-6010
    Fx: 780-865-5706

    Hours
    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Documents Being Updated

Municipal Development Plan (MDP)


Purpose: to guide growth and development and provide the framework for more detailed and specific plans, policies and programs.

Established Areas Plan (EAP)


Purpose: to provide direction for redevelopment, preservation or rehabilitation of existing lands or buildings within developed communities.

West Area Structure Plan (WASP)

Purpose: to provide direction for future land use patterns, transportation and utility networks and sequence of development in new communities.

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ast Area Structure Plan (EASP)


Purpose: to provide direction for future land use patterns, transportation and utility networks and sequence of development in new communities

Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP)

Purpose: to establish strategic cooperative policies that overlap municipal boundaries.

Related Documents

Open House Boards